You ever just crave some mac n cheese?! I mixed my fav @eatbanza with my fav @traderjoes vegan cheese dip and boom 💥 instant healthier mac n cheese 🧀 I paired it with some asparagus and a tuna burger for my greens & protein💪🏼 On another note, I am SO excited to go home this weekend and see my fam and most importantly my dog🤪🐶💓 I hope y’all have had a great week! Almost Friday!!!!💛 #healthyhippieeats
It’s important to maintain good posture to keep your spine aligned and your energy channels open. This will keep the blood, oxygen and nutrients flow going where it needs to be rather than getting stuck. Most pain comes from the way you sit, stand and move. Take notice of your posture.
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Good morning guys 👋🏻 Get up and make it happen today. You’ll never have this day again! So make it count. 🌞🌸
Confidence is beautiful. Beauty lies from within and not just physical appearance. Kindness, thoughtfulness, integrity and just overall being a nice person makes you beautiful! ✨✨✨
Always be kind, you never know what the person you meet is going through.
Loving this bathing suit from @asos; it is so fun 🔥
My passion for training and improving individuals quality of life through fitness is deep rooted. The 6 month mark has passed since I opened my doors and must say it's been a blur. The support has been an incredible blessing, however I caught myself. I caught myself grinding and pushing to prove to those who never believed in me, who doubted, who said I couldn't make it, who said I would fail, I was working so hard to prove them wrong that I was forgetting to live. On my way home from work in December after a long day, I pulled over and broke down in tears, saying to myself "I will not let them win", "I will show them". A few minutes later I realized that is not my WHY! That is not the reason I started this business. This journey I am on is about the about the people who do believe in me and support me, the lives ive changed, the amazing and growing community I am building! NOT about those who DO NOT believe me in. So I said enough, and I Immediately realigned my mindset. From that day forward, I grind for my #SPARTRIBE , I grind for my community, I GRIND FOR MY WHY! #SPARTRIBE#hitt#gymshark#gymlife#functionaltraining#personaltraining#workoutmotivation#westislandmontreal#fitnessgoals#mtlfitness#workout#mtl#dollarddesormeaux#greatermontreal
Probably my most requested workout video at the minute is my ‘abs workout’. Truth be told I don’t have one!
I don’t really train abs when i do i just like to do a couple of hanging leg raises to challenge my core strength at the end of a session... more just messing around... not a workout.
I’d say my toned stomach comes more from my compound lifts and nutrition rather than training abs as such!
However these are a couple of movements I like to do now n then when messing about with my core strength😋
1️⃣hanging leg raises
2️⃣hanging leg rotations
It goes without saying but if your looking to get ‘abs’ or stomach definition you will need to get into a calorie deficit to lower your body fat😘🤗
Right so maybe not the clearest of photos but I had to take a cheeky snap as im paid to pay attention to him (needy) not take photos.
Duncan is strong as fuck and always a pleasure to train, he had a bit of a boozey night but instead of going easy on him he asked me to make sure I didn't. We've maxed out the dumbbells on goblet squats and since I'm not a fan of back squats for him we are now getting creative with it.
One of the key principles of lifting is progressive overload. Every lifter, whether choosing fat loss or muscle build/strength gains should be opting to essentially add more stress to the muscle otherwise adaptation will occur and progress will stall.
We have chosen to add a band to the dumbbell thus creating more tension on the pushing phase and creating that extra stimulus we need to in basic terms.. Make it fucking harder!
450g chicken breast, diced
5 wooden skewers
2 tsps olive oil
1 red bell-pepper, diced
1 yellow bell-pepper, diced
1 small red onion, peeled and cut into quarters
for the marinade:
2 tbsps Greek yoghurt (use dairy free if preferred)
1 tsp chilli powder
1 heaped tsp ground coriander
a pinch of ground black pepper
1 heaped tsp ground cumin
1 tsp ground turmeric
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
a pinch of sea salt
juice of 1 lemon
Makes 5 kebabs
Place all marinade ingredients into a large bowl and stir well. Add the chicken and stir to cover well. Refrigerate for 1 hour, or overnight if you have time.
Immerse the wooden skewers in cold water and soak for 30 minutes.
Prepare a medium grill. Line the grill tray with tin foil.
Thread pieces of chicken, bell-pepper, and onion onto each skewer. Repeat until all of the chicken has been used up. Aim for a total of 5 kebabs.
Place the kebabs on the tin foil. Brush the onions and peppers lightly with olive oil.
Grill for 20-25 minutes, turning every 4-5 minutes. Remove from the grill when the chicken is thoroughly cooked.
Store any leftover kebabs in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 3 days.
Serve with a side salad and / or steamed rice